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Studies in Digital Heritage (SDH) is a peer-reviewed academic journal established by the Office of Scholarly Publishing (OSP) and the Virtual World Heritage Lab at Indiana University. The mission of SDH is to promote the open exchange of information and knowledge among researchers, practitioners, policy makers, and others who strive to improve the collection, use, management, preservation and dissemination of Digitized Cultural Heritage. The vision of SDH is to be the premier forum where the scientific discussion among scholars can be developed, touching the entire gamut of Digital Heritage. SDH publishes peer-reviewed research articles and occasionally non-peer reviewed materials (e.g. interviews, editorials) with biannual frequency.  ISSN 2574-1748

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Special issue on 3D Methodologies in Classical Archaeology


This issue explores the current state of the 3D revolution in archaeology by bringing together a diverse range of papers from both Greek and Roman specialists whose interests extend from the Bronze Age to late antiquity. Together, these papers will take stock of a veritable paradigm shift in archaeological methodology, illustrating new standard practices and pointing the way to future analytical trends.

Guest Editors
Matthew Notarian, Hiram College, Hiram, Ohio
Matthew Brennan, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana

Submission deadline: May 15th 2019

Vol 3 No 1 (2019)

This special issue presents two standard research articles and five papers belonging to the special issue on "Digital Heritage Technologies, Applications and Impacts," coordinated by Laura K. Harrison, University of South Florida, Tampa (FL), USA.

Cover image: Virtual reconstruction of a life-size sculpture belonging to the Great Temple of the Aten in el-Amarna (Egypt), originated by the "Torso of Akhenaten," conserved in the Brooklyn Museum.

Published: 2019-06-28

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